With a sub 100 dollar MRSP the aggressively priced Onyx 32GB SSD delivers an enhanced computing experience with faster application loading, snappier data access, shorter boot-ups, and longer battery life. Onyx SSDs feature HDD-dominating access times, up to 125MB/s read and 70MB/s write speeds, 64MB of onboard cache, and unique performance optimization to keep the drives at peak performance over the long term.
If you see another at that price I might be interested .. but I think 60G would still be cutting it a bit too short for me, I would only have about 5-6 gigs of space for user files/swap/logs, etc which these days is just not that much space. At that price though I could do a pair of them and stripe them (along with the MCE Optical bay adapter)... hmmm.
I was looking at the Kingston SSDNow V-series 128G in various places for around $250-270 but still not sure I'm willing to shell out that much $$ for one. I know the performance is miles above the internal hard drive but my MBP is not really all that much about performance for me and most of my apps stay open all the time anyway.